I was in the woods thinking just how many morels in my honey hole are hiding under the leaves and how many WE step on. Then I thought of my cordless "LEAF" blower that has wind, will travel (and doesn't damage morels), I'll leave the rest of my idea for your own deduction. I used to use a STICK and I would find some that were broken from my previous poking and prodding. I LOVE THAT IDEA. I always tell anyone that sees me and asks what I'm doing that I'm looking for WILD ERBS. The idea is to clean off the sweet spots (where you've been finding them)for easy finding, and then for the most part, YOUR DONE!. LOL : )
I recommend where there is green moss and May apples. If you don't know what they are look em up on google. They usually grow nearby the honey holes. Cedars are good shade, it makes sense, where there's shade, there's usually good moist Morel habitat.
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